Share this with others. An American Christian pastor needs our help, and this Friday, before The House of Representatives, the testimony to save this young man, could be the matter between his life and death.
He has been held in a most brutal prison in Iran, beaten daily, told he has been forgotten, told all he has to do is turn back to allah, and denounce Jesus as Lord.
Can we just take 3 people we know, to get the word out and to join the petition that any one of us would hope would be signed, if our Christianity was faced with this?
This needs to get to other pastors and networks, and shared.
I have posted this to some already, and thank you. Others I had not, but it has reached a point of pivotal reaction, that Congress will be put on point, to get this task, of freeing an American citizen from a terrorist, and false god run country.
This is more important than many even realize, if we look at what is happening daily in America alone, to churches, Christian value and standing.
Take a second. Take a stand. Take prayer and take God at His word, while putting action behind the trust we have in Him.
Now is the time to redouble our efforts for Pastor Saeed, a U.S. citizen imprisoned in Iran for his Christian faith. On Friday morning
, I’m going to testify before a House of Representatives panel on behalf of Pastor Saeed and on behalf of other persecuted Christians in Muslim lands.
This is a crucial moment and our best chance yet to spur the United States government into action.
Here’s where you can help.
We need to send a message. We need 500,000 signatures to help Save Saeed by the time I testify. If you have not signed the petition, please do so now. Sign the petition to Save Saeed.
If you have signed, we are starting a new campaign called “Reach 3
It’s simple: Think of three people who care about religious freedom, who care about the persecuted Church. Simply tell them about Pastor Saeed. Tell them about his unwavering courage and faith. Send them to SaveSaeed.org. Reach three to save one life. Jay Sekulow
ACLJ Chief Counsel